About our teachers
All of our teachers have all completed a full-time 3-year teacher training programme, which requires a minimum of 1600 hours of instruction. They are experienced in teaching both privately, on courses and on teachers training courses.
Our teachers are members of the The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique and adhere to a published code of ethical and professional standards.
|Ruth Murray trained with Walter Carrington from 1977–80 and has been teaching at The Constructive Teaching Centre for the last twenty nine years. She took over as the Head of Training of the school in 2005, where she also has a private practice.|
|Alan Philps trained at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, Australia and he moved to London to study voice with Florence Norberg in 1976. He trained at CTC 1983–85 and has worked on the training course since then. Alan conducts voice work at CTC weekly. He was appointed assistant head of training in 2008. He has a private practice at the CTC as well as Wedmore, Somerset. Website: www.alanphilps.co.uk|
|Annie Sayer is a graduate of The Constructive Teaching Centre, where she was the administrator 2007-14. She teaches at the Centre and from her home in North London. She is also currently teaching at the Women’s Centre in Kentish Town, and at The Telegraph and Associated Newspapers. Website: www.anniesayer.com|
|Regina Stratil trained at the Alexander Technique Studio, London. She studied Linguistics in her native Austria and worked as a production manager before training in the Alexander Technique. She is currently administrator for the Constructive Teaching Centre. In her spare time she pratices Aikido – a Japanese martial art, and holds the rank of 4th Dan Aikikai. Website: londonalexandertechnique.net|
|Margie Chadwick studied full-time ballet and performing arts at Ross Coleman’s Studio in Sydney before pursuing a career in musical theatre, television and choreography. In the UK she has performed in West Side Story, Beauty and the Beast (RSC), My Fair Lady (National and Drury Lane), CATS (New London) and Hey Mr Producer. Margie has been a guest dance/movement teacher at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the Royal Academy of Music and Pineapple Studios. She trained as a teacher of the Alexander Technique with the Alexander Technique Studio, London.|
|Jean M. O. Fischer is in charge of coordinating all activities at the centre and associated administration. He trained 1984–87 and did two post-graduate terms at CTC in 1988. He taught at the Alexander Technique Studio 1997–2012 and 2013-present and is currently teaching at the Constructive Teaching Centre on alternate Mondays. Jean has annotated and edited books on the Alexander Technique, and is the publisher of books on the Technique under the Mouritz imprint.|